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This story appears in the {{article.article.magazine.pretty_date}} issue of {{article.article.magazine.pubName}}. Subscribe Shutterstock It’s very affirming to stand up at the end of a job interview, walk out the door and then think “Dang! That was a fun conversation. I could have talked to that person all afternoon.” When a job interview flies along at the level of intellectual stimulation and shared interests, it’s a great thing. You’re likely to be highly motivated to follow up in first-class fashion after a job interview like that, and who could blame you? Your follow-up is part of your brand and part of who you are. Watch on Forbes: The minute you get home, grab a pen and notepad or a note-taking app and do a brain dump. Write down everything you remember about the interview. Capture everything that happened and everything that was said in the interview, your ideas, your concerns, your high points and your “Ahas!” before they slip out of your memory.try this web-site

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